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The Secret Language of Trees

by Shawn Radcliffe If you look at a forest through a Darwinian lens, you’ll see individual trees battling each other for finite resources like water, nutrients and sunlight. The winners take what they can and live…

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There Is No Moon If We Close Our Eyes: Chris Fields and Riccardo Manzotti

In a conversation from SAND18 Italy, two philosophers and information theorists exchange ideas about the nature of reality. Sharing the gift of using everyday objects as illustration they invoke explanations from Plato to quantum theory to…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Redefining trauma as the collective experience By Donna Thomas Its great that ACEs are high on the agenda for organizations that support adults, children & young people. Making links between adverse experiences in…

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I No Longer I

from “Island” by Aldous Huxley Somewhere between seeing and speaking, somewhere Between our soiled and greasy currency of words And the first star, the great moths fluttering About the ghosts of flowers, Lies the clear place…

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A Semantic Map of the Brain

Scientists at UC Berkeley have placed volunteers in an fMRI scanner and monitored blood flow in their brain activity for two hours, while having them listen to stories.  The result: they were able to map which…

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Gifts of Brokenness: a video with Vera de Chalambert

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Vera De Chalambert introduces some of the Goddesses of the Eastern traditions to illustrate the meaning of the dark feminine and its relevance to today’s conditions and events. It is an energy…

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Nondual Logic

By Andrew Lohrey In first year philosophy I was never taught there was more than one kind of logic. Such an idea would have seemed absurd to correct reasoning. Yet there is a growing body of…

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Nothing Will Ever Fulfill You

Let the Mother wash away all your small dreams of transcendence. Rest into the discomfort of incompleteness, the imperfection of this mundane world. Of our ordinary life with its ordinary pains and it’s ordinary joys. There…

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